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Saying we are approved for our K1 visa. Wish us luck we have a second appointment next. Please pray. After this process I know we have 90 days to be married and believe me that is not an issue we are going to marry right away. So what is next step with the K1 after you marry do you file an I485 for an adjustment status. I have many questions about this process. I am hoping someone who has knowledge in this area can give us guidence. We hope that you can share your experience with us. Also what are the average costs of these processes. We are so excited to start our life together with and be a family. Any info would be great. Thanks Chuck and Teresa

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Thank you for the comment we did get the approval for the K1 and we went to one interview. But after a struggle our attorney and congressman we able to get a second interview. We believe that early this week we attend this appoint we will recieve our visa at that time. Please pray with us. Thank you for the guidelines as well.Thanks Chuck and Teresa

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Keep us posted! I'll be praying for you guys!


08.01.2011 - I-751 SENT

08.05.2011 - Check cashed

08.08.2011- NOA Received

08.19.2011 - Biometrics Letter Received

09.12.2011 - Biometrics Appointment


02.01.2012 - 10 year GC Received.

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Congratulations!!!! woohoo!!! :thumbs:

AOS Timeline:

7/30/08: Sent AOS to Chicago lockbox

7/31/08: Received by USCIS

8/06/08: Check cashed

8/07/08: Rec'd NOA for I-485 AOS

8/07/08: AOS, EAD, & AP - Touched

8/08/08: Rec'd NOAs for EAD & AP

8/12/08: Rec'd Biometrics appt letter

8/21/08: Biometrics

9/29/08: EAD & AP - approved!!

10/6/08: EAD & AP - received in the mail!

2/06/09: Received interview notice for March 10th!!

3/10/09: Passed interview - husband's GC approved!!! Woohoo!!! :-)

01/2011: File to remove conditions

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